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Publisher's Summary

Algebra, Trigonometry, and Statistics helps in explaining different theorems and formulas within the three branches of mathematics. Use this guide in helping one better understand the properties and rules within algebra, trigonometry, and statistics.
©2013 Steven G Carley (P)2013 Steven G Carley

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Dont' expect too much

You are purchasing someone reading formulae. If that is what you want, you will get your money's worth here. If not, just keep moving and don't get sucked in by the low price.

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Probably will sink in after five or six times thru

Is there anything you would change about this book?

For the price, it is great. It might should be longer or more in depth but then it would cost more.

How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

It is a little dry but there are not many math books on here as of now.

What three words best describe James Powers’s voice?

Straight-forward, easy, fast.

Do you think Algebra, Trigonometry, and Statistics needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

Sure, hopefully as cheap again.

Any additional comments?

It seems to be the perfect book to throw on when I cannot decide which book to do next. I do not really care if I absorb it through each time; repeated usage will do the trick. Quick and painless but overall helpful.

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Good Overview

I'm working on retaking the GRE and I wanted to increase my math score. Of course, I'm doing actual study, but used this audio book to continue the math focus during my morning commutes. It's a good overview.

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Good simple review just a little over my head

I chose this to get exactly what I did an overview. Good speaker good simple content

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horrible, did not learn a thing

What would have made Algebra, Trigonometry, and Statistics better?

to not talk through problems like one should already know or understand it.
If one did already understand, to talk through each step.
A narrator with more energy, less boring voice. Sounds like he is dying

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Terrible, I should have known.

Ok, I thought this was going to talk me through Algebra, Trigonometry, and Statistics.
If I had noticed that the book is only 30 minutes long, then I would have known this was obviously way too short to help me in any meaningful way. I wish I could return it. The guy reading it could put me to sleep, so I think maybe that's the utility here.

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